What a summer it has been so far for the Houston Rockets. After all the roster changes the Rockets have made so far, their fans can't wait for the 2017/2018 season to begin. Earlier this offseason, Houston acquired All-Star point guard Chris Paul via trade from the Los Angeles Clippers. After that, Houston added PJ Tucker to their roster and re-signed their backup center, Nene Hilario.

The next move was extending James Harden's contract by giving him the biggest deal in NBA history, and it seems like the Rockets are looking to make some more roster changes.

After they got knocked off easily by the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Semifinals last season, the Rockets realized how tough it is to compete for the NBA title. On Monday it was reported that they've acquired another solid, versatile player, in order to narrow the gap between themselves and the best teams in the NBA.

Mbah a Moute teaming up with Chris Paul again

Chris Haynes of ESPN reported that the Houston Rockets have signed a one-year deal with free-agent Luc Mbah a Moute. It is unknown how much is the deal worth, but it is likely that Mbah a Moute signed for a veteran's minimum.

Mbah a Moute is a 30-year old, versatile forward who can play at the small forward or the power forward position.

He entered the league in 2008, and he spent the last two seasons playing for the Los Angeles Clippers. He averaged 6.1 points and 2.1 rebounds per game in 80 games played for the Clippers last season. The 6-foot-8 veteran shot a career-high 39 percent from the three-point line during the 2016/2017 season.

Mbah a Moute will team up with Chris Paul again in the Rockets uniform, as the two of them have been teammates for the past two season in Los Angeles.

Even though he will turn 31 in September, Mbah a Moute is still considered to be one of the better defenders in the league.

The Rockets still looking to sign Carmelo Anthony

Even with all the roster changes and additions to their team, the Houston Rockets are still looking to make one more big move. It was reported many times during this summer that Houston is looking for ways to acquire Carmelo Anthony from the New York Knicks, and apparently, the Rockets are still the frontrunners to land Anthony.

Carmelo himself, according to ESPN, has stated that he is willing to waive his no-trade clause in order to join the Rockets or the Cleveland Cavaliers.

According to the latest ESPN reports, the general manager of the New York Knicks - Scott Perry, and Carmelo Anthony will have a meeting in the next few days and will discuss Anthony's future with the Knicks. Earlier this summer it seemed like Carmelo's departure from New York was a done deal but things have changed over the past ten days. It will be interesting to see how this situation develops, and whether or not Carmelo ends up in Houston or in Cleveland.